About M1-Kimberly Road
More about the restaurant: M1-Kimberly Road
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the go-to destinations in Hong Kong for those who really want to party, and on Kimberley Road, there is only one place to go: M1. They have plenty of locations in Hong Kong, and their Tsim Sha Tsui bar is among the most popular, with opportunities to dance to great music, to eat great food and to drink to your heart’s content. The live music, their international menu and the fully-stocked bar will entice you in, and the atmosphere will keep you coming back – just make sure you book a table to be sure of getting in!
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Few things get the people of Hong Kong more excited than a night on the town, and at M1’s many locations, they know that they are in for a treat. This outlet of theirs in Tsim Sha Tsui on Kimberley Road is a banging nightspot, and locally popular, especially with the most dedicated partygoers. Those who know the score head to M1 because of the DJs, the food and the drinks, which are up there with the best in Hong Kong. Let us take you through of the options. Their international menu is geared around the international influences that make up Hong Kong. Chinese-style dishes, such as prawns in chilli, sit alongside English classics like fish and chips and a whole range of Italian pastas and pizzas.
The penne pasta with Spanish chorizo and a garlic and tomato sauce is a permanent favourite, as are the pizzas, from which we would recommend the smoked salmon, the black truffle paste with wild mushroom and the Iberico ham. A bar will live or die on the drinks they serve, and in this little corner of Tsim Sha Tsui, on Kimberley Road, they have some of the best around. M1 is renowned for their cocktails and their wines, which flow freely, and those wishing for something slightly more simple will be happy to see the beer list as well. Take food like this, throw in a few drinks and then let the night take its course – just remember to start it well by booking a table.